Democrats increasingly embrace voting in person

Democrats increasingly embrace voting in person


Democratic voters are increasingly warming to casting their ballots in person rather than by mail, according to Morning Consult polling released this week.

Forty-two percent of Democrats said they plan to vote in person and 55% said they plan to vote by mail, according to the polling taken from Oct. 8-10.

In a survey conducted in late July and early August, 30% of Democrats had said they preferred to vote in person, compared to 65% who said they preferred to vote by mail.

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The shift coincides with Democratic leaders now encouraging people to vote “early” – not necessarily by mail – and after a series of reports of delayed or undelivered mail from the U.S. Postal Service.

Among Republicans, 68% said they plan to vote in person and 28% said they plan to vote by mail – the same ratio from over the summer.

Overall, 53% of voters said they plan to vote in person and 41% said they

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